FNE has teamed up with Bucharest-based Film in Frames to bring you in depth news and reviews about the Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF). 

 Click HERE for the review of Deerskin by Quentin Dupieux.

TARTU:  Thirteen feature films and four documentaries will screen at the 15th Tartu Love Film Festival aka Tartuff from 10 to 15 August 2020. For the first time in the history of the festival organised by the team at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival most of the films will also be available online.

Anca Mitran, the General Director of the Romanian Film Centre, spoke to Romania’s Films In Frame about why is so difficult to change the Film Law and other hot topics in the Romanian film industry.

PULA: The 67th Pula Film Festival , which was earlier called off a few days before it was due to start on 18 July 2020, will eventually take place from 29 August to 4 September 2020 within strict measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic.

WARSAW: Magnus von Horn’s sophomore feature Sweat has been acquired by the streaming platform MUBI for USA, Latin America, India and Turkey. This Polish/Swedish coproduction was selected in Cannes 2020 Official Selection. The Warsaw-based New Europe Film Sales is handling the sales.

BUDAPEST: The Upthrown Stone (1968) by Sándor Sára and Late Season by Zoltán Fábri have been selected in 2020 Cannes Classics and Venice Classics of the 73th Cannes Film Festival and the 77th Venice IFF. Almost 100 Hungarian classic films have been restored so far within the programme launched by the National Film Institute (NFI) in 2017.

When East Meets West,
CineMart and New Nordic Films

are happy to announce
brand new partnership
with Marché du Film Online
!

For the very first time, Marché du Film will showcase a line-up of 20 international projects previously presented in one of three markets, and will offer them a series of Co-Production Speed Meeting Sessions with potential co-producers, decision makers and financiers.

BERLIN: Registration is open for the 5th edition of the European Arthouse Cinema Day, set to take place all over the world on 8 November 2020. The CICAE and Europa Cinemas team up again to celebrate the engagement of movie theatres in favour for a European living cultural diversity through very rich and exclusive programmes.

The preparations for the 5th edition of the European Arthouse Cinema Day are running and REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

Join us next November 8th! Now more than ever we need you all reunited and together to increase the importance and visibility of arthouse cinemas in your communities and to highlight the work you all do and your everyday commitment to championing demanding and original programming for all audiences.

Fill in the form to confirm your participation in the event (if your cinema has already participated in the past, select it from the available list ) or to register if it is the first time taking part in the initiative. The form is available in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian - choose the language on the website's menu on top-right. Take also the opportunity to share with us your  wishes, ideas and comments for this new edition.

REGISTRATION

To exchange ideas with your fellow exhibitors about what you can do on this day, please join the dedicated Facebook group!

For additional information please contact:
Olimpia Pont Cháfer, Project Manager - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PRAGUE: The Institute of Documentary Film launches a brand new programme for docu-series focused on consultations and networking, connecting three European film markets. The first session of  the East Doc Series will take place online as part of Baltic Sea Docs in 2 and 7-8 September 2020.

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